An immigration business plan is one of the most important aspects of an investment visa and is specifically required for an E2 visa by most U.S. Consulates. It outlines the next five years of the business and, although it is not a replacement for proof of investment or proof of employees, it is the next best thing.
The immigration business plan outlines your investment, your operating costs, your employees, and the general plan for your business in the future. These are all key aspects to proving that your business is a real and operating enterprise.
An immigration business plan also shows your vision for the company and explains to the immigration service and immigration officer the purpose of your business in simple terms. The remaining portions of the visa application can be seen as “exhibits” to the business plan, which is the story of your business and what you will do and accomplish in the next five years.
Here at Boyer Law Firm, we have established a system that allows us to gather basic information from our clients in order to draft a business plan that is not only informative, but also aesthetically appealing. We work with our clients to ensure that their vision and plan for the company comes through on this business plan.